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" Suppose two pails of water were fixed in two different scales that were equally poised, and which weighed equally alike, and that two live bream, or small fish, were put into either of these pails, he wanted to know the reason why that pail, with such... "
Warburton and his quarrels; including an illustration of his literary ... - 181. oldal
szerző: Isaac Disraeli - 1814
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Time's Telescope

1819
...following question for their solution : — ' Suppose two pails of water were fixed in two different scales equally poised, and which weighed equally alike, and...stood against it.' — Every one was ready to set at rest the royal curiosity ; but it appeared that every one was giving a different opinion. One, at length,...

Spirit of the English Magazines, 7. kötet

1820
...following question for their solution : — ' Suppose two pails of water were fixed in two different scales equally poised and which weighed equally alike, and...stood against it.' — Every one was ready to set at rest the royal curiosity ; but it appeared that evsry one was giving a different opinion. One, at length,...

Miscellanies of Literature

Isaac Disraeli - 1840 - 484 oldal
...he now hoped for a solution to a question which had long perplexed .him- The case he thus stated : " Suppose two pails of water were fixed in two different...which stood against it." — Every one was ready to tet at quiet the royal curiosity ; but it appeared that every one was giving a different opinion. •...

Miscellanies of literature, 2. kötet

Isaac Disraeli - 1840
...he now hoped for a solution to a question which had long perplexed him. The case he thus stated : " Suppose two pails of water were fixed in two different...alike, and that two live bream, or small fish, were put intg either of these pails, he wanted to know the reason why that pail, with such addition, should...

Notes and Queries

1891
...following question for their solution : 'Suppose two pails of water were ñxed in two different scales equally poised, and which weighed equally alike, and that two live bream or small fish were put intoeither of these pails, he wanted to know the reason why that pail, with such addition, should not...

Miscellanies of Literature

Isaac Disraeli - 1853 - 484 oldal
...he now hoped for a solution to a question which had long perplexed him. The case he thus stated : " Suppose two pails of water were fixed in two different...and which weighed equally alike, and that two live hream, or small fish, were put into either of these pails, he wanted to know the reason why that pail,...

Cyclopædia of Literary and Scientific Anecdote: Illustrations of the ...

William Keddie - 1854 - 368 oldal
...he now hoped for a solution to a question which had long puzzled him. The case he thus stated : — Suppose two pails of water were fixed in two different...equally poised, and which weighed equally alike, and two live bream, or small fish, were put into either of these pails ; he wanted to know the reason why...

Calamities and Quarrels of Authors

Isaac Disraeli - 1859 - 552 oldal
...now hoped for a solution to a question which had long perplexed him. The case he thus stated :— " Suppose two pails of water were fixed in two different...with such addition, should not weigh more than the "ther pail which stood against it." Kvery one was ready to set at quiet the royal curiosity ; but it...

The Calamities and Quarrels of Authors: With Some Inquiries Respecting Their ...

Isaac Disraeli - 1869 - 552 oldal
...now hoped for a solution to a question which had long perplexed him. The case he thus stated : — "Suppose two pails of water were fixed in two different...either of these pails, he wanted to know the reason why th.it pail, with such addition, should not weigh more than the other pail which stood against it."...

Disraeli's Works, 4. kötet

Isaac Disraeli - 1881
...he now hoped for a solution to a question which had long perplexed him. The case he thus stated: — "Suppose two pails of water were fixed in two different...put into either of these pails, he wanted to know vhe reason why that pail, with such addition, should not weigh more than the other pail which stood...




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